Friday, August 10, 2007

Movable Feast Blog Accuses MAMZ of Being CIA Agent Leading CIA Blog

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The Indictment of
Markos Alberto C. Moulitsas ZÚÑIGA
by Justice and History

The "Truth About Kos" blog has never accused Markos Alberto C. Moulitsas Zúñiga (MAMZ) of presently being in the employ of the Central Intelligence Agency, because the Truth About Kos Blog has no clear evidence that such is the case. This blog publishes only confirmed facts that come from statements against interest (confessions), Salvadoran Government documents, US Government documents, commercial websites in English and Spanish reporting on their own activities, newspapers and other verifiable sources that our readers can consult for themselves. We NEVER ask you to "trust us" that something is true, and we avoid speculation.

But, MAMZ is a public figure and many people who never trusted him anyway are putting two and two together and engaging in speculation. For example, based on the fact that MAMZ acknowledges that he once spent six months at the CIA's Washington offices, and would have "no problem" working for them today, the Movable Feast blog says:
Finally, Moulitsas’ relationship with the CIA makes perfect sense, as Daily Kos appears to be yet another political front operation tasked with cracking the whip over “progressive” Democrats and marching them off to support the Bilderberger Queen Hillary Clinton and her probable running mate, Barack Obama, both on record as supporting the neocon plan to reduce the Muslim world to a smoldering wasteland, albeit with stylistic policy changes. It is no secret the CIA has long stage managed the controlled opposition and Moulitsas’ admitted relationship with the agency should be considered a coup de grâce, an effort designed to reduce the “progressive” Democrat opposition to the invasion and occupation of Iraq and the impending attack to be leveled against Iran as little more than an empty and absurd rhetorical slogan.

There are probably a number of other CIA blogs!

Now, I am not endorsing this speculation because, aside from the facts presented at this site, I have no direct proof that this is true. I only publish this quote because, in spite of the considerable speculation on the Left, MAMZ refuses to deny the allegations that he is presently working for the Central Intelligence Agency.

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Meanwhile, the Simply Jews blog says:

Some news on daily cossacks:

It looks like the (in)famous Markos Alberto Moulitsas Zuniga, founder of DailyKos, has a long history in support of the Republican Party and trained with the CIA in 2001.

Not that the above activities make him necessarily a villain, it is just strange that the man of his firm beliefs is ... well, look at this stuff here. Keep in mind that the people who compiled this are not attacking him from the right, far from it.

Kuro5Hin has a similar take on the MAMZ/CIA scandal, and quotes directly from MAMZ's speech to the Commonwealth Club:

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Although "SeamsLikeADream" at the Democratic Underground says that MAMZ "worked" at the CIA, the truth is that we really don't know exactly what his activities there were because (1) CIA activities are inherently shrouded in secrecy and misinformation and (2) the information provided in MAMZ's confession is exceptionally vague and self-serving, offering "explanations" that make no rational sense.

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For example, MAMZ tells us that he did not come from a wealthy family, but he held his honeymoon at the elite Jaltepeque Suites hotel, that he acknowledges is his "family hotel," just a year before he tells us that he was so poor he had to work (or train, or apply to train or was on "contract" for the CIA to pay his rent. So, MAMZ supporters don't know where to start in trying to defend him and his detractors are at a loss as well, unable to prove he is a CIA employee and unable to believe that he isn't.

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Dodge Blogium simply quotes the information with a citation to the Truth About Kos article where the information was found.

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